New Moon (Page 2)
HaveItsThunder: Oh, and don't forget that Edward is somewhere around 100 years old, isn't he?
And he's dating a teenage girl. *SPEW*
Someone call Chris Hansen!
abstrectchrist: now, I'm one for emotional movie as they can make a good movie but... that being said I've always had a darker sensibilty to how much humanity has to be shown in that emotion, i take that same sense in movies to my other artistic outreaches as well. and being a fan of cinema -- particularly Stanley Kubrick, I found even from the preveiws, and what i knew about the book series itself, and the things said about it afterwords in online debates to be assaulting in both my own imaginative and cinematic senses so you won't be seeing me lining up even if i had a romantic of a gf. and Haveits sort of has a point -- a clown in make up juggling in front of kids when he's really a pedophile doesn't make him a good clown... only a clever pedophile.
charmedlife: the real great news about new moon is that dakota fanning is playing jane...iv seen this girl grow up through her movies and she is at this moment in time the best actress out there, she's already worked and out acted the best in movies today....even the poor films she is good in,
check out this list
man on fire..out acts denzile washington
hide and seek...out acts the great robert de niro
war of the worlds...out acts tom cruise
cutlass...out acts kurt russell
this is a real star in the making....well she is already made if u ask me, watch out for her she is destined for oscars gallor
abstrectchrist: lol Charmed have disagree with you there on the Man on Fire, and War of the Worlds thing, she was mediocre at best in Push as well, little girl who screamed half the time cannot out act Cruise, and her part was so small in Man on Fire that she couldn't even come close to out acting Denzel even if she wanted to. Her role was too weak of character to rise above the strong lead role.
_Awhinanastyle_: Hahaha. Well I haven't seen any of the above mentioned movies so meh.
But I am also looking forward to seeing her plan the innocent looking yet incredibly powerful Jane. BLESS.
abstrectchrist: lol totally recomend Man on Fire, excellent use of a NIN soundtrack in it along withthe story and acting. as for War of Worlds, it's good popcorn blockbuster movie, not much aside from that, but I've never been a fan of sci-fi blockbusters.
_Awhinanastyle_: Im not a big sci fi fan either. War of the worlds is when other 'beings' come to Earth right? Hardly original. Oh will check it out! Man on Fire. Denzel. Sounds good!
charmedlife: war of the worlds was the orginal alien landing on earth story!!!! very famous for being read over the radio in america back in the 40's-50's. olsson wells read it and lots of people went nuts because they believed it was really happening lmao at america lol weirdo's
_Awhinanastyle_: < where have I been?
Hahahaha. mmm. Americans can, on occasion, believe some straaaange things.
abstrectchrist: lol my dad ownd the tapes of the story of it. I've just been around too much science Fiction to stand watching a sci fi blockbustermore then once.
HaveItsThunder: I just read an interview with Rob Pattinson where he says he hates the character of Edward, which is what inspired him to play the role as he does. He plays Edward as a dissatisfied loser who hates himself. I think that's hilarious.
He also thinks the Twilight series was written by a "mad" woman who was acting out her own sexual fantasies by writing the books. This is of course obvious, because Myer wrote herself into the story as Bella, her Mary Sue character. She came up with the whole idea for the novels after having a dream about a sexy man.
There you have it. Even Edward Cullen agrees that Twilight is like a piece of bad fan fiction writing. Although, from now on, I will refer to Rob as Cedric Diggory, so as not to spoil his reputation any longer. He deserves better.
_Awhinanastyle_: Thats pretty funny third. My mum was a big chick flick fan so I have to admit, the majority of those in that genre rub me wrong way.
I don't believe it.
Give me the link to the article. Or wait rephrase that.
Can I please have the link to that article?
"When you read the book," says Pattinson, looking appropriately pallid and interesting even without make-up, "it's like, 'Edward Cullen was so beautiful I creamed myself.' I mean, every line is like that. He's the most ridiculous person who's so amazing at everything. I think a lot of actors tried to play that aspect. I just couldn't do that. And the more I read the s*****, the more I hated this guy, so that's how I played him, as a manic-depressive who hates himself. Plus, he's a 108 year-old virgin so he's obviously got some issues there."
“When I read it, I was convinced Stephenie was convinced that she was Bella, and it was like a book that wasn’t supposed to be published. It was like reading her sexual fantasy, especially when she said it was based on a dream and it was like, ‘Oh I’ve had this dream about this really sexy guy,’ and she just writes this book about it. Like some things about Edward are so specific, I was just convinced, like, ‘This woman is mad. She’s completely mad and she’s in love with her own fictional creation.’ And sometimes you would feel uncomfortable reading this thing. It’s kind of a sick pleasure in a lot of ways.”
Edit: For some reason, Wireclub censors the word "s c r i p t"?
_Awhinanastyle_: Don't believe it.
It would've been convincing if I wasn't already enamored. Sorry!
*hides in corner. However, why on earth would you want to act in a movie where you didn't like/believe in the character? Hmmmm
abstrectchrist: it's the ultimate satire... I'd totally do it. Lol this guy has to have curled up to Bill Hicks acts more then once. If not and it's only for publicity then he's good at making it for himself.
_Awhinanastyle_: Agreed. All publicity is good publicity.
Which is a shame considering the amount of negative press Hollywood actors attract these days. In same cases, it's deserved but in others...totally unnecessary.
Bring on Robbo (pattinson)
HisHoney_09: I can't wait for it! I just recently (back in April) became a Twihard... I'm reading the book now!
_Awhinanastyle_: Bit late! But oh well at least you finally made it!
Hahahahaha. So addictive though right? Lol
abstrectchrist: my interest is peaked... how many would consider themselves romantics that actually like this shit, cause i know my reasoning behind my own objection to it, so it's left down to the battle of psychy's romantic verse non-romantics
_Awhinanastyle_: I have a confession to make. Awhina is a hopeless romantic. There I said it.
I believe theres nothing sexier than a romantic man. He'd have me hook line and sinker I must admit. That makes me more susceptible to romantic films I would say. Or tragic romance is even better. i.e Romeo and Juliet.
So theres one notch for the hopeless romantic.
Red_Clover: Even if he said those things in the interview, doesn't take away from your enjoyment of the movie...because it is just a movie and he is a actor.
And it may not be liked by everyone but to each their own, cant always watch movies with artistic integrity...sometimes its nice to watch some fluff and dream...
Pattison may be worried about being type casted...i mean...he is going to be in 3 or 4 of these movies and this is all we know him as.
So that is probably why he would be so honest about his views during an interview.